At Backdrop Junction I am happy to print custom backdrops from your images. The best way to do this is to contact me via e-mail or phone to discuss your individual project. You can send your images to me via e-mail, I will edit the image to get it as close to what you are looking for as possible, and when you are happy I will print the backdrop on either the Enhanced Matte or Adhesive Vinyl paper. If you have not yet shot the images you are looking to turn into a backdrop read below for a few quick tips on how to make a good backdrop. (Even as an experienced photographer it has been a learning process.)
Here are a couple tips I use when shooting backdrops for the site;
Don't try to capture the scene in one image. Multiple images provides far more detail than a single image.
Keep the horizon in the same spot in the viewfinder for each shot keeping the camera as level as possible.
Overlap each image by at least 20% so the software can later stitch your images together.
If possible hold the camera in profile view, (hold it sideways so the longest part of the image is vertical)
Don't zoom in too close, leave a lot of extra in the image so it can be cropped and scaled appropriately.
Minimize or eliminate any foreground objects. A car that is too close will look huge if I make the further image appear to scale
Use the highest resolution your camera is capable of
I will be adding a video tutorial in the future along with a chart to explain the minimum resolution requirements for using images.